Please click on the tabs below for the latest mental health and wellbeing information.

Dangers of Vaping and Snus Information

With an increase in the use of vapes and snus amongst young people, all year groups were given an assembly on the dangers.

Click on the link to see the slides: Dangers of Vaping and Snus Presentation


Parenting Support

Shropshire Council recognises how important the role of parents and carers is, and how difficult that role can be without the knowledge of appropriate strategies that can be used to deal with everyday parenting challenges. The Parenting Team offers a variety of services to support parents.

FREE Brightstar Boxing Sessions in Highley

Free boxing sessions for 10-18 year-olds every Friday starting 2nd February from 4.30pm to 6pm at the Halo Severn Centre in Highley.

For more information, please contact Julie on 07508 474859

Student Health Guide

Kooth Guide to LonelinessThanks to funding from the Shropshire Safeguarding Community Partnership, our students have access to free print and digital copies of the Student Health Guide (SHG).

SHG has been designed for schools, colleges, and universities to help develop students’ knowledge, understanding and resilience across six health and wellbeing topics: Mind, Body, Fuel, Fitness, Sex and Life.

The magazine has been created by award-winning behaviour change experts and medical professionals to offer students a single resource that recognises the interconnected nature of physical and mental health. 

Working closely with the Community Safety Partnership, the publishing team has made sure that the content and signposting is local to Shropshire.

Student Health Guide [Digital Edition]

Kooth's Guide to Loneliness

Kooth Guide to LonelinessNearly all of us will have felt loneliness at some point in our lives. In the past few years especially, more and more people are reporting feelings of loneliness and isolation.

The cause of loneliness varies from person to person, and how it is experienced is unique to each individual.

Some of us feel lonely if we don’t have regular contact with people, or we don’t have a big circle of friends. Some of us can be surrounded by people, but can’t seem to connect with them or feel ourselves.

These are different situations, but they can both trigger feelings of loneliness. Download Kooth's guide to loneliness to find out more.

Download Kooth's Guide to Loneliness

Kooth's Significant Incident Resource for Under 18s

Kooth Incident GraphicWhen something serious or traumatic has happened, it can understandably have a huge impact on all aspects of your life, including your education.

The key message is to let you know that you are not alone and the team at Kooth has prepare a guide to offer some support and advice.

Changes to how you think, feel, and behave are a totally natural response to any traumatic event, however connected you feel to what happened. And while everyone is different, the guide gives an idea of what to look out for.

Click here to download the guide

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Child Exploitation in Shropshire

CE in Shropshire leafletShropshire Council has produced a leaflet on how to recognise the signs of exploitation in our community and report concerns.

It includes helpful information on what to look out for, what you can do as a member of the community and how to report your concerns. Download leaflet here

If you think a child or young person is being harmed or is at risk of being harmed you must contact Children's Services and tell them your concerns. Alternatively, it might be you who is being harmed. Don't delay, please get help straight away.

You can report your concerns by calling 0345 678 9021 or 0345 678 9040 if out of office hours.

Visit for more information.

If anyone is at risk of immediate harm, call 999

GOV.UK ParentWise Campaign

parentwiseParentWise is a government campaign that aims to build parents’ and carers’ awareness of some of the things their children could face growing up.

It has been designed to help them spot the signs that something could be wrong and empower and reassure them to act if they are worried.

Parents and carers have access to a dedicated resource with links to help and support, as well as advice on what to do when noting a change in a child’s behaviour.

Visit the ParentWise website

For further online support resources aimed at 11 to 16-year-olds, please visit our Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources page

Latest News

ofstead good provider"Pupils enjoy an inclusive and aspirational environment at Bridgnorth Endowed School." – Ofsted, 2023


Founded in 1503, Bridgnorth Endowed School has a rich and long history in education.

Today, it is a vibrant non-selective co-educational secondary school that offers great facilities, high quality teaching and an exciting choice of extra-curricular activities.

The school benefits from a thirty-acre campus and its own on-site leisure centre, with all the convenience of a town centre location.

Bridgnorth Endowed School
Northgate, Bridgnorth
Shropshire, WV16 4ER
Sat Nav Postcode: WV16 4ES

01746 762103

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